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ODOT purchased five Nissan Leaf Sedans in 2011 Key Purchase Factors Fuel Savings Owning and operation of more environmentally friendly vehicles. ODOT Fleet.

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1 ODOT purchased five Nissan Leaf Sedans in 2011 Key Purchase Factors Fuel Savings Owning and operation of more environmentally friendly vehicles. ODOT Fleet choose the initial locations from customer interest. Three cars in Salem area One car in Portland One car in Corvallis Fleet created a partnership for charging station installs with ECOtality, the company who was installing the charging station network up and down the I-5 corridor.

2 2 ECOtality Background ECOtality North America is the contractor who was awarded the a federal grant to install charging stations throughout the I-5 corridor. ECOtality North America is the contractor who was awarded the a federal grant to install charging stations throughout the I-5 corridor. ODOT applied and was approved to participate in the ECOtality EV project. ODOT received the following credits as a participant in the project: ODOT applied and was approved to participate in the ECOtality EV project. ODOT received the following credits as a participant in the project: –Charging stations were provided at approximately $ each for a total of $ –Labor and material costs for installing the charging stations were provided at per station for a total of $ credit. –ODOT ended up paying slightly less that $ in overages on two stations with more complicated installations.

3 3 Leaf Sedan Business Energy Tax Credit Cost basis established between Oregon Energy and ODOT. $13,816 Cost basis established between Oregon Energy and ODOT. $13,816 –Fuel savings cost payback At $2.70 cost = 11 years At $2.70 cost = 11 years At $3.00 cost = 9.2 years At $3.00 cost = 9.2 years At $4.00 cost = 7 years At $4.00 cost = 7 years

4 4 Cost Payback Sentra V. Leaf… With Incentives: $7,500 Federal Tax Credit $7,500 Federal Tax Credit Leaf Cost: $ 27,700 Leaf Cost: $ 27,700 Cost Difference: Cost Difference: $ 6,790 #Milestodrivetobreakeven #Milestodrivetobreakeven At $3 gal gas = 56,726 miles At $4 gal gas = 47,506 miles At $5 gal gas = 40,863 miles Without Incentives NO Federal Tax NO Federal Tax Credit Credit Leaf Cost: $35,200 Leaf Cost: $35,200 Cost Difference: Cost Difference: $ 14,580 #Milestodrivetobreakeven #Milestodrivetobreakeven At $3 gal gas = 132,912 miles At $4 gal gas = 109,682 miles At $5 gal gas = 93,365 miles

5 Nissan Sentra Internal Combustion Engine Fueled by: Gas 30 MPG 30 MPG Maintenance Cost/mile = $0.04 Maintenance Cost/mile = $0.04

6 Nissan Leaf : Battery-Powered Plug- in Electric Vehicle Fueled by: Electrons 99MPGe 99MPGe Maintenance Cost/mile=$0.01 Maintenance Cost/mile=$0.01

7 7 Two Charging Stations ODOT used Level II Pedestal Mount Level II Wall Mount Input Voltage: 240V Charging Time: 2-4 Hours (12-24 miles/hour of charge) Breaker Size: 40 amp Electrical Loads: kW Estimated Cost: $2,000-$6,000

8 8 Charging Station Info (cont) EVSE 101: LEVEL I EVSE 101: LEVEL I – Input Voltage: 120V – Charging Time:12+ Hours (4 miles/hour of charge) – Breaker Size: amp – Electrical Loads: 1.65 kW EVSE 101: DC Fast Charger Input Voltage: 480V or 208V Charging Time: Minutes (4 miles/minute of charge) Breaker Size: Various Electrical Loads: kW

9 9 ODOT preformed a project to upgrade four Toyota Prius Sedans with Plug in conversion Kits at the end of ODOT preformed a project to upgrade four Toyota Prius Sedans with Plug in conversion Kits at the end of The initial cost of the project was $10,395 ea. The fuel cost savings was projected at $ per year with an approximate pay back in 18 years. The initial cost of the project was $10,395 ea. The fuel cost savings was projected at $ per year with an approximate pay back in 18 years. ODOT applied for and received a Business Energy Tax Credit for the project. ODOT received a 25% tax credit in the amount of $ on the BETC credit. ODOT applied for and received a Business Energy Tax Credit for the project. ODOT received a 25% tax credit in the amount of $ on the BETC credit. Plug-in Electric Vehicle Project (PHEV)

10 10 Hybrid Man-Lift Utility Truck This truck is powered by conventional hydraulic Engine. The boom is powered by an electrical system that is recharged by the engine motor. At $3.00 per gallon, annual fuel savings will be in the range of $ The break even point for the added cost on this truck will be approximately 13.8 years.

11 11 Ongoing Efforts The Oregon Department of Transportation will continue to pursue environmentally friendly ways to conserver fuel. The Oregon Department of Transportation will continue to pursue environmentally friendly ways to conserver fuel.


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